A 5000-fold increase in the specificity of a bacterial phosphotriesterase for malathion through combinatorial active site mutagenesis

Citation

Naqvi, T, Warden, A, French, N et al. 2014, 'A 5000-fold increase in the specificity of a bacterial phosphotriesterase for malathion through combinatorial active site mutagenesis', PLOS ONE (Public Library of Science), vol. 9, no. 4, pp. e94177-e94177.

Year

2014

Field of Research

  • Biologically Active Molecules

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